Bingo-Karen Haney "Reader, Reviewer, and BOOKIN' WITH BINGO BLOG OWNER", Amazon
8 September 2009
Summary: This is somewhat like many of the "brain" type games for ds but some of the others are not that great. This one is fun and very challenging. It is addictive as you want to keep playing until you can get every question right and win the gold trophy. Adults and older children will enjoy this one!
Summary: Picked it up on a whim since I enjoy puzzles & brainteasers. However, certain things quickly became annoying: -If you are incorrect, you are not told the right answer. -Many questions are repeated identically, particularly those involving patterns. This quickly grows dull.
Summary: This is similar at first glance like brain academy, which I did not like. After playing it awhile, I changed my mind. I found out although it seemed simple at first, it was really challenging. It is not like Brain Age 1 and 2, but it has challenges as each new level's speed gets faster.
Summary: Purchased a Nintendo DS for my retired husband to keep his mind active and help increase his memory. I never thought about looking at Overstock for cd's. When I saw this I knew I had to get it for him. He takes this game with him whenever he has to spend time waiting for something.
Summary: This game for Nintendeo DS is by far the WORST. Do not waste you money on this one. It will get you attention for about 30 seconds at most. There are far better ones for the DS system, so go right by this one!
Summary: This game is good for kids or for right before bed when your brain is shot because it is so easy. Only one person can use it, and it doesn't give any kind of score. Don't buy it if you seriously want to know anything about your real IQ, but it's ok to just have some mindless fun.